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For nearly 100 years, one family traded influence and held power in the South Carolina lowcountry until a fatal boat crash involving an allegedly intoxicated heir-apparent shed sunlight on a true crime saga like no other. Award-winning journalist Mandy Matney has been investigating the Murdaugh family since that fateful night in 2019. The now-infamous Murdaugh family is at the center of a litany of criminal investigations into fraud, obstruction of justice, the 2021 double homicides of Paul ...
 
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Alex Murdaugh's former paralegal offers more insight into who Alex was and the scope of his financial crimes. Plus, the state begins looking into the driving and phone data from Alex's SUV on the night of the murders. Oh, and there was a bomb threat, no big deal (pardon the sarcasm). Anne, Charlie and Drew have the breakdown. See Privacy Policy at …
 
The third week of Alex Murdaugh’s murder trial started with a big blow to the defense after Judge Clifton Newman agreed to let the prosecution present evidence of the financial pressures Alex was facing at the time of the murders. Murdaugh Murders Podcast co-hosts Mandy Matney and Liz Farrell break down those pressures and how they factor into Alex…
 
Judge Newman makes a ruling on admitting Alex's financial crimes. We break down Alex's Mother's caretaker's explosive testimony! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-murdaugh-family-murders-impact-of-influence/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
"Because Alex stole it." "He's a bulls**t artist." "No the f**k we are not!" Those are just a few of the eyebrow-raising lines of testimony from Tuesday's proceedings in the Alex Murdaugh murder trial. How will the candor of Alex's former co-workers about his financial crimes impact the minds of the jury? Plus, the state finally gets to introduce t…
 
Anne Emerson, Charlie Condon and Drew Tripp discuss a significant day of developments in the murder trial for Alex Murdaugh. Judge Clifton Newman has ruled State prosecutors are allowed to bring details of Murdaugh's other crimes and financial calamity into evidence? Has the state made tougher its job of trying to prove its jaw-dropping theory of m…
 
Anne Emerson, former S.C, Attorney General Charlie Condon and producer Drew Tripp analyze the latest developments in the Alex Murdaugh murder trial. Powerful testimony about the extent of Murdaugh's financial crimes take center stage without the jury present. Will they get to hear it? What they did hear today is a firearms expert's testimony defini…
 
We have been at the trial of Alex Murdaugh. Two big videos, that have been rumored to exist, were finally seen by the jury and the public. They do not look good for Alex. We give you the details on the videos, how they effect the case, and the reaction by those in the courtroom. Two of Paul Murdaugh's buddies testify. They both humanize Paul to the…
 
How much of Alex Murdaugh's history of financial crimes and deceit will be admitted into testimony for state prosecutors? It's crucial to their argument for discovery of those crimes being the driving force behind Murdaugh allegedly murdering his own wife and son. But the Defense continues to punch back on what they call illogical conclusions reach…
 
We’re in week two of the trial against Alex Murdaugh and it’s been one heck of a high-speed rollercoaster ride as we learn more about the investigation into one of South Carolina’s most notorious crime sagas. Murdaugh Murders Podcast Co-hosts Mandy Matney and Liz Farrell dive head-first into the “mountain of evidence” that the Attorney General’s Of…
 
Video from Paul Murdaugh's phone has finally been released, and it appears to have blown his father's alibi apart. Plus, emotional testimony from two of Paul's best friends, introduction of facts about Alex Murdaugh's financial crimes, more insight on what cell phone data shows from the day and night of the murders, Alex's deleted call log, and muc…
 
A definitive timeline of Maggie Murdaugh's final moments and movements takes shape thanks to her cell phone data from the night of June 7, 2021. What will it mean for Alex Murdaugh's alibi and will it conflict with his statements to investigators? Anne, Charlie and Drew discuss a methodical but revealing day in court. Plus, the final word (maybe?) …
 
It's the second week of Alex Murdaugh's Murder Trial. Matt's in the courtroom and we break down testimony from law enforcement and the cross by Alex's defense team. Plus, what did Alex say? Was it a confession? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-murdaugh-family-murders-impact-of-influence/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://re…
 
A whirlwind day in the Alex Murdaugh murder trial sees Murdaugh potentially poking massive holes in his own alibi through contradictions in a second law enforcement interview recorded only days after the murders. Whatever happened to those other .300 Blackout rifles? Then a potentially high-stakes "Yanny or Laurel?" moment with dire consequences. D…
 
The second week of Alex Murdaugh's trial has begun. Sara Holstein Graves grew up with the Murdaugh's and she talks about the people on the witness list. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-murdaugh-family-murders-impact-of-influence/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.co…
 
A BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!! By popular demand, Cup of Justice has launched as its own weekly show!! Go to cupofjusticepod.com to learn more or click the link in the episode description to get a hot cup of justice wherever you get your podcasts!! Here’s a little taste of what we’re talking about today. We’ve got more exciting news on the horizon so Stay t…
 
Anne, Drew and Charlie break down the surprising testimony and evidence from Day 5 of Alex Murdaugh's murder trial. Questions raised during Friday's session: If Alex got close to Maggie and Paul's bodies, touched them and checked them for pulses, why didn't he appear to the naked eye to have at least small blood stains on his skin or clothing? If h…
 
Seton was in the Colleton County Courthouse for the trial Of Alex Murdaugh's murder trial. Week one concluded and for the first time the public heard Alex's entire 911 call from the night of the murders. Law enforcement officers, investigators, and first responders were among those called to testify. We discuss the highlights and talk about the que…
 
*CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of some gruesome crime scene details.* Host Anne Emerson and Executive Producer Drew Tripp are joined by former South Carolina Attorney General Charlie Condon to discuss the first day of witness testimony and new evidence presented in the murder trial of Alex Murdaugh. This episode features discussion of newly released …
 
Did Alex Murdaugh murder his own wife and son? Will a jury buy State prosecutors' case against him? We've now begun down the path toward answers, as an interestingly structured jury has been sworn, and powerful, emotional opening statements have been heard in this spectacle of a court case. Host Anne Emerson breaks down the highlights of jury selec…
 
The trial of Alex Murdaugh has begun and already a lot has been revealed about the night he allegedly killed his wife, Maggie, and son Paul. Co-hosts Mandy Matney and Liz Farrell discuss how jury selection went, why Alex’s family was suddenly there, the 255 witnesses who might testify and what went down during opening statements — one was filled wi…
 
1/25 The jury was selected. The prosecution and the defense gave their opening statements. We break it all down. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-murdaugh-family-murders-impact-of-influence/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
Seton is at Alex Murdaugh's murder trial in Walterboro. She tells us about the vibe in the small town that is now host to this international trial. Seton breaks down the jury selection process and shares interesting moments. Judge Newman hears pre trial motions. The expert on balistics is challeneged by ther defense. The expert has some possibly ga…
 
Anne Emerson is joined by fmr. Atty. General Charlie Condon and producer Drew Tripp for analysis of Day 2 of the Alex Murdaugh murder trial. The day saw the last of the preliminary jury panels whittled down before final jury selection. Plus, the defense and prosecution go to battle over several pre-trial motions regarding financial crimes, motives,…
 
Trial has begun for Alex Murdaugh, the disgraced former South Carolina attorney accused of killing his wife and son. In this episode, host Anne Emerson and producer Drew Tripp are joined by former S.C. Attorney General Charlie Condon for analysis and discussion of the first day of trial, which featured three rounds of jury selection and the revelat…
 
Murdaugh Murders Podcast co-hosts Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell and everyone’s favorite attorney Eric Bland take a hard look at Dick and Jim’s last-minute attempt to stop a blood spatter expert from testifying against Alex Murdaugh this week. Also, they talk about the weaponization of the South Carolina Office of Disciplinary Counsel, the extraordinary…
 
Warning this episode includes graphic descriptions of the murders of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh. Alex Murdaugh's defense team files a motion that includes details of the scene of Maggie and Paul's murders. These are details that have never been officially released. Dr. D'Michelle P. Dupre is a former law enforcement officer, retired physician, and fo…
 
Alex Murdaugh’s double-murder trial is set to begin amid new revelations about the “tombstone buddies” who have enabled his behavior throughout the years. Who are these friends and what secrets have they been keeping for the son of one of South Carolina’s most powerful families? Mandy Matney and Liz Farrell are putting together all the pieces and o…
 
Murdaugh Murders Podcast hosts Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell and everyone’s favorite attorney Eric Bland discuss the latest in lead-up to one of the biggest trials in South Carolina history — the State v. Alex Murdaugh. Is the State prepared to handle the defense? Will jurors be put in a no-win situation? And is Alex using stolen money to pay his attor…
 
As we approach Alex Murdaugh's murder trial we discuss a FitsNews report on the juror questionnaire. Our legal analyst, John Snyder, discusses jury selection strategies. He gives some great insight into how the process might go. "Cousin" Eddie Smith might be called as a witness. Which side benefits if he testifies? Our low country historian, Sara H…
 
After nearly four years, a major update has been announced in the boat crash case — Buster Murdaugh has settled with the family of Mallory Beach and three of the survivors of the crash in a multimillion-dollar agreement. Mandy Matney and Liz Farrell take a look at all the details contained in an extensive joint settlement filed in Circuit Court thi…
 
Dick, Jim and Alex get fact-checked when prosecutor Creighton Waters files a post-Christmas no-holds-barred response to their latest memo, revealing new information about what went on in the days leading up to Maggie’s and Paul’s murders. Judge Clifton Newman issues an order to protect the identity of the jury pool. Mandy Matney and Liz Farrell bre…
 
The death penalty is off the table in Alex Murdaugh's murder trial. However; there are other questions. There are questions bout certain witnesses, polygraph admissibility, too much discovery vs too little, will Alex's financial crimes be admissible and more. Plus, Alex's banker bud, Russell Lafitte, hires two new lawyers and files an appeal of his…
 
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